Keeping the Crown
pretty often,” Levi said. “It was pretty good.”
After starting off the third set with a big spike, Levi took over at the line and built an 18-0 lead before the Trojans could stop her.
“She’s really improved her serving a lot,” Helm said of Levi. “Offensively we want to get her more involved. She’s a great player and sometimes she gets overlooked.”
Levi picked up 10 aces during the spree. She also had six aces and five kills on Saturday for an encore. Leenell Hernandez also had six aces on Saturday and Kalei Adolpho led the team with 11 kills.
Bicoy also had a strong weekend while making her first two starts of the season.
“She’s been really aggressive. I like the fact that if she does make an error, it’s always an aggressive mistake. She’s coming along well,” Helm said. Bicoy got the start over senior Wailani Hernandez, who has been helping the junior prepare to take over the starting role next season.
“I thought it went well. It’s a good chance for me to come up and try my stuff,” Bicoy said.
The Farmers now have a week off before finishing up their MIL schedule at home against Hana High School on Oct. 16-17.
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